Bacterial Isolation, Culture Sensitivity Test, Endometrial Cytology of Postpartum Cows and Assessment of Their Reproductive Performance

@article{Singh2017BacterialIC,
  title={Bacterial Isolation, Culture Sensitivity Test, Endometrial Cytology of Postpartum Cows and Assessment of Their Reproductive Performance},
  author={A. Singh and P. Sharma and Amit Kashyap Neelam and I. Sharma and N. Sharma},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={519-527}
}
Bacterial contamination is common in the uterus during early postpartum period. 80 to 100% of cows are found to have bacterial contamination of the uterus in the first 2 weeks postpartum (Foldi et al., 2006). Many of these bacteria are eliminated during the first 5 weeks after parturition, but the remaining bacteria cause uterine disease in some cows. Common bacteria isolated from cows with uterine infections are Escherichia coli, Prevotella spp. (Sheldon et al., 2006). Other studies also found… Expand
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Antibiogram and pathogen isolation from vaginal discharge in dairy cows with metritis
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Bu nedenle, infertiliteye neden olan uterus enfeksiyonlarinin etken izolasyonu ve dogru antibiyotiklerin secimi ile kisitlanabilecegi dusunuldu, en sik karsilasilan uterus hastaliklarindan biri metritis’tir. Expand

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